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Editor: Tommaso Proietti

Assistant editor: Rocco Ciciretti


The CEIS Research Papers Series collects research activities, both by researchers and affiliates of CEIS, and those distributed through the Social Science Research Network - SSRN. Over 8000 world-wide subscribers currently receive an alert every two weeks, which contains three new research papers. To receive this alert you may subscribe to SSRN, which started in February 2003.

ISSN 2610-931X [online]

Papers are available on SSRN and RePEc websites.

 

n.471 Paper Found
Macroeconomic Sources of Risk in the Term Structure Balfoussia Chiona and Wickens Michael R., CEIS Research Paper, 61, November 2004
Inflation Bias after the Euro: Evidence from the UK and Italy Marini Giancarlo, Piergallini Alessandro and Scaramozzino Pasquale, CEIS Research Paper, 60, October 2004
The Determinants of Child Labor: The Role of Primary Product Specialization Becchetti Leonardo and Trovato Giovanni, CEIS Research Paper, 59, October 2004
Convergence in Per-capita GDP Across European Regions: A Reappraisal Meliciani Valentina and Peracchi Franco, CEIS Research Paper, 58, October 2004
Multiplicity of Dynamic Equilibria and Global Efficiency Marini Giancarlo and Senesi Pietro, CEIS Research Paper, 57, June 2004
Aversion to Inequality in Italy and its Determinants Atella Vincenzo, Coggins Jay S. and Perali Federico, CEIS Research Paper, 56, June 2004
The Anticipated and Concurring Effects of the EMU Bagella Michele, Becchetti Leonardo and Hasan Iftekhar, CEIS Research Paper, 55, May 2004
Sustainable Development: Renewable Resources and Technological Progress Valente Simone, CEIS Research Paper, 54, April 2004
Health Effects of Child Work: Evidence from Rural Vietnam O'donnell Owen, Rosati Furio Camillo and Van Doorslaer Eddy, CEIS Research Paper, 53, April 2004
Industry and Time Specific Deviations from Fundamental Values in a Random Coefficient Model Becchetti Leonardo, Rocci Roberto, Trovato Giovanni and Trovato Giovanni, CEIS Research Paper, 52, April 2004
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